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Amelia Earhart

Sorry, this goo crashed with only 7,000 bytes left in the upload. Go »

Benjamin Briggs

This sea captain could have bought a hardware store but Italy apparently needed those 1700 barrels of alcohol. Go »

D.B. Cooper

If this notorious (and anonymous) hijacker was ever arrested, he'd definitely be considered a flight risk. Go »

Edward de Vere

Hacker collectives can accomplish a lot these days, but they probably can't confirm whether this British earl actually wrote Shakespeare's plays. Go »

Elisa Lam

What was she hiding from on that elevator, and how did she get into that tank? Go »

Frank Morris

Until he and a pair of brothers made their famous escape attempt, the success of which has never been determined, he was known as inmate AZ1441 on the island. Go »

Gary DeVore

The hands that wrote movies for Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jean-Claude Van Damme were never found with the body. Go »

Grigori Perelman

After 100 years, the million-dollar solution to a French geometric mystery has come from St. Petersburg, by a man who wants nothing to do with the field. Go »

Johnny Gosch

Gosh, I hope this paperboy finishes his route soon. Go »

Joseph Crater

Maybe he fell into his last name. Go »

Lady of the Dunes

This unknown Bay Stater might have been the victim of a schizophrenic serial killer, or Whitey Bulger, but she definitely wasn't killed by the shark from Jaws. Go »

Madeleine McCann

The words "little girl lost" (or their Portuguese equivalent) launched a worldwide media investigation one year ago. Go »

Megumi Yokota

Subject of movies, manga and even an anime, this not so little girl has been a rallying point for her homeland. Go »

Michael Mvogo

Do you think you can just walk in here and identify this guy faster than Canada could? Go »

Poe Toaster

Baltimore's most famous cemetery guest Go »

Somerton Man

What do a millenium-old book of MIddle Eastern poetry and the genetic implications of the folds of an ear have to do with this murder victim? Not enough to solve the case. Go »

Thomas Courtenay

He made infernal machines to take down northern ships. Did he indirectly cause the most naval deaths in US history? The truth of that died with his possible co-conspirator. Go »

Virginia Dare

We know what became of our first president, and the first European to come here, but the fate of another first is lost forever. Go »

W. Mark Felt

Watergate whistle-blower Go »